The Truth About New Orleans
To be frank, I believe every word of this article from a private blog. There is no question in my mind that it is in the System's interest to suppress the facts about what happened in New Orleans, to conceal the reality of black savagery. You can already see the air brush at work. - HAC
Thursday, September 08, 2005 12:16 AM
"Just finishing another long night, and heading to bed. Email has been hit or miss for a while with Cox, so yes this is a better way to chat. Not sure how much of this you want to pass along. so feel free to edit.
"And I'm far from being any kind of hero. The real heroes are these crazy CG divers hanging from a cord, pulling people from their rooftops while some idiot neighbor in his crack house is shooting at them!
"Glad to hear that you've passed the word along about some of the goings-on here in Louisiana. Obviously the major networks won't tell you what should be told. Fox is doing a good job about getting the real word out, but there's so much more to the story that they just can't report about. It's not in the public's best interest to hear about the incredible number of murders that have been going on, or how the Green Berets are here on the roof tops at night with their night vision goggles.
"They've been taking out these looters and rapists one by one at night when they don't think they're being seen. The first couple of nights here they were capping about 20 or so a night, now its down to half a dozen a night. They've been cleaning out the city very efficiently. The weird part is you never know its coming. just a short bright flash from a rooftop corner somewhere downtown and a few seconds later, a little muffled whoomp from the muzzle blast..sad to say it's gratifying, but with the stuff that's been going on, it's hard not to feel these punks deserve it.
"The rest of the city is pretty much cleared out now, except for the corpses floating in the water. The airport has been our main staging area for the sick and injured ones. (Can you walk? Great. Go to gate 5 please. and you sir, you need a wheelchair? Ok, get on this luggage cart and we'll take you to gate 7! Just crazy!)
"There are so many of these people that probably have typhoid, or another bacterial infection that will end up dying that we'll probably never know the true final death count. The open wounds from they have on their legs and feet from the water burning them, are disgusting We've even seen a number of cases of tuberculosis too.
"Then there's the people that went to a NOLA hospital that were so obese that when the water started rising the staff couldn't get them up the stair wells to the dry floors and were forced to leave them downstairs to slowly drown. Nurses were starting IV's on each other just to stay hydrated when the water ran out. The bodies in the streets were being tied up to fences and lightposts by the Guard so they wouldn't float away and could be retrieved later.
"Have you noticed how the news doesn't show live aerial shots any more? Too many bodies floating. The only thing thicker than the stench that's in the air are the flies!
"We looked around yesterday and thought we heard a low flying aircraft and wondered what in the hell these guys were doing flying so low, only to realize it was a swarm of flies! We're losing our minds! I'm sure a lot of us will need therapy for years to come! There's so many other things we've seen that I'm not even sure how to talk about them yet. I'd almost rather have gone to fight in Iraq than to see what's happened here.
"If they don't tear down the Superdome and start all over with something new, I'll never be able to walk into that place again. It might just be what the 'Aints need to start winning, anyway! We heard about some guy who had been rescued from a hospital and when he asked where they were taking him and he heard "another hospital" he jumped out of the boat because he wanted to go to the dome, since he couldn't sell his crack in the hospitals. Go figure..
"So that's my news for now. I'll try to catch you up on other things in a few days. I'll just leave you with one more story that came out of Baton Rouge.Yesterday, the Rev Jesse Jackson showed up in Baton Rouge, I wished he would have showed up in Sheriff Harry Lee's office as we would have never have heard from him again.
[Some basic stuff about Jesse Jackson we already know snipped.]